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Thread: Let's compare Pacer cruise speeds

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    Default Re: Let's compare Pacer cruise speeds

    The article about the engine build was on Lycon’s Web site. Don’t see it today.


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    Default Re: Let's compare Pacer cruise speeds

    Could you please explain what a “non integral camshaft” is? I’ve never heard the term.
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Let's compare Pacer cruise speeds

    Quote Originally Posted by FLFlyer View Post
    Could you please explain what a “non integral camshaft” is? I’ve never heard the term.
    Thanks!
    The cam and gear are cast together unlike the early cams where the gear bolted on. From my conversations with Ken at LyCon I was under the impression that new cams from Lycoming have the same duration on both intake and exhaust but the older cams have 20 degree more duration on the intake I believe which gives better low end torque.

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    Default Re: Let's compare Pacer cruise speeds

    Thanks Steve, now I know!

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